This place is typical of an auberge - there's a cat roaming around (it was partial to my confit duck) and a cot in the corner, alongside tables made up for restaurant dining. The owners are hands on, friendly, bordering on affectionate, and their food is honest, regional cooking. Every dish was perfect and the price was reasonable. After some awful experiences (the tourists surely wouldn't know better) this was excellent. Support it if you can. And take a quick tour of one of the largest, most imposing castles in the area while you're there. The auberge is right underneath.
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